October Recipes!

I’ve been watching a lot of baking shows recently. The Halloween Baking Championship on Food Network is one of my favorites! I’ve been inspired to try all of the recipes I can and to celebrate October and Halloween in the most delicious way possible. I’ve done some research and found the tastiest (and some of them easy!) recipes for you to try!

Witches’ Hats

I’ll start out with one of the easiest recipes I’ve found. This one is super simple, using only four ingredients. All you need is fudge cookies, Hershey’s kisses, yellow piping decorations, and honey (I personally would use melted chocolate to “glue” the kiss to the cookie). You can find this delectable recipe for Witches’ Hats here.

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Monster Bites

This is a healthier simple recipe for you to try! This one is a quick snack that is as adorable as it is frightening. With only four ingredients and fifteen minutes, you can find yourself surrounded by Monster Bites. Apple wedges filled with peanut butter (or some other sticky “glue” for those who don’t eat peanuts) with candy corn or almonds for a healthy twist. Here is where you can find out to make Monster Bites!

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Halloween Ghosties 

This is the one that I knew I had to try as soon as I saw it. Such a cute, easy recipe that anyone can make! This ghostly snack only needs three ingredients and takes forty minutes to prepare. The only reason that it takes so long is to be careful with the decorating and being as thorough as you want to be. I think this will be a cute dessert for any age or at any Halloween party! You can find the recipe for Halloween Ghosties here.

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Dracula Dentures 

Another cute twist on a classic Halloween character. This is a very creative-looking treat that everyone will love. All you need is chocolate chip cookies, red food dye, frosting, mini-marshmallows, and almond slivers. This will look great in your kitchen after a nice dinner. You can find this spooky recipe for Dracula Dentures here!

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Spiderweb Cake

This is a more traditional Halloween dessert! While this recipe calls for more recipes than previous ones, this one is just as delicious. The total bake time of this spooky cake is just under an hour at 55 minutes. You can either make the chocolate cake from a store bought box or make it from scratch! If you choose to make this cake by yourself, you can find a good chocolate cake recipe here. The whole recipe for the Spiderweb Cake is here!

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Strawberry Ghosts

Another cute and healthy twist! I have always loved chocolate covered strawberries for every season, but these ones are even better for spooky season. This is another easy-to-prepare treat as it only takes twenty or so minutes from start to finish. All you need are strawberries, white chocolate, milk chocolate (or dark!), and mini chocolate chips. Here is the recipe for Strawberry Ghosts!

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Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

For all you Nightmare Before Christmas fans, this will be your favorite recipe of this post! Get some Halloween Oreos, lollipop sticks, melted white chocolate, and black piped icing. This are a cute and simple little treat that can be on your dinner table during any Halloween party! You can also make it for you and friends for a spooky movie night. You can find this delectable recipe for Jack Skellington Oreo Pops here!

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I had so much fun researching all of these recipes. There were so many more that I wanted to add! I used Delish’s article 29 Easy Halloween Party Treats and AllRecipe’s Halloween Treats and Desserts page to find these amazing recipes. Let me know down in the comments if you tried or want to try any of these. Thank you so much for reading!

Love,

Kaitlin

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